Feb 23, 2011

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Thank you for visiting Internet Billboards, we have some interesting tidbits today, such as 10 things you need to know about the Fortune 100’s use of social media, the facebook of China goes for a dazzling IPO, New Zealand quake search effort launched over social media and some other nice hand picked curated gems for you featured in the top stories on Internet Billboards today.

Burson-Marsteller released its big social media study yesterday, and there are 10 big takeaways you need to know this morning. The study, Burson-Marsteller’s Second Annual Global Social Media Check-up, examines the global Fortune 100 companies’ use of social media, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and blogs.

 Chinese entrepreneur Joe Chen could claim title to the next hot Chinese tech IPO when his Beijing-based social networking brand Renren goes for a $500 million public listing on NASDAQ this spring.

New Zealand quake search effort launched over social media

As workers toil to free those still trapped by the earthquake in New Zealand, social media sites have sprung into action to help the rescue effort.

A Google app, the Person Finder: Christchurch Earthquake, February 2011 lets users share and search information about those still missing after the earthquake. The site currently says it is tracking about 5,200 records.

How HTML5 Is Aiding in Cross-Platform Development.
As the mobile application space continues to explode, developers are increasingly using HTML5, JavaScript and CSS3 to aid in the creation of web apps and native mobile apps. This process is especially useful when dealing with cross-platform development or when working with content that already exists in some form on the web.

We’re going to take a look at how some of the best HTML5-centric, cross-platform mobile frameworks are being used to help developers deliver native app experiences on a variety of devices.

CAIRO — Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi vows to fight on and die a “martyr,” calling on his supporters to take back the streets from protesters demanding his ouster, shouting and pounding his fist in a furious speech Tuesday on state TV.

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